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Freehub Issue 10.2

Freehub Issue 10.2

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Mountain biking was born through wanting to pushing the limits, and—not surprisingly—that trait has remained at the center of the sport. Photographer Stephen Wilde experimented with his camera and chemicals in the darkroom, while Rick Hunter has long questioned what bikes can look like—and do. As Casey Brown searches for her limits, she progresses the sport’s. From Downieville, California to Spain’s Basque Country, the value and impact of a community is being continually redefined. In Issue 10.2, we celebrate the people and places that have little regard for the status quo.

Who We Are | Colossal Risks
Masthead | Who Did It?
Fortress of Fun | Learning Life Skills at Campo Bici
Contributors | Amazing People Behind this Issue
Survival Stress | Defying All Reason on Greenland's Tundra
Born from Carnage | The Immediately Infamous Crankzilla
Minor Details | Proper Priorities on the North Shore

Analog Anarchy | The Calculated Chaos of Stephen Wilde's Photography
Time Machines | The Trails of Downieville, California Connect a Gritty Past and Pragmatic Future
The Free Rider | Blazing a New Path to Freeride Stardom
The Condor Flies Alone | Rick Hunter Lives by His Own Rules
Regress to Progress | Finding Family in the Two-Wheeled Cultures of Spain

Photo: Margus Riga
Rider: Casey Brown
Artwork: Daniel Danger


Paper made from recycled material (FSC® C013252)

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